[ UK /tˈəʊk/ ]
- a tall white hat with a pouched crown; worn by chefs
- a small round woman's hat
How To Use toque In A Sentence
- Those who come are also asked to wear a hat - something more lavish than a baseball cap or toque.
- You could be thinking to yourself, ‘Will I look rad-wicked-awesome in the toque with or without the pom-pom?’
- He took his toque off with the veil attached, and he put both it and the cloak into his brown bag.
- Here we collected fecal samples from troops of toque macaque and hanuman langur when encountered.
- It can measure the revolution , toque, power and oil consumption of the engine.
- Sure, it may save some money on rent and whatnot, but when you and your friends go out to the bar and your mom shows up with a toque and mittens because it-s cold, the cool factor kind of drops a little.
- ‘They're like your regular toques, they just happen to have a brim on the front - it's the in thing’.
- The grounds upon which Linnaeus would fain have banished the whales from the waters, he states as follows: “On account of their warm bilocular heart, their lungs, their moveable eyelids, their hollow ears, penem intrantem feminam mammis lactantem,” and finally, “ex lege naturae jure meritoque.” Moby Dick; or the Whale
- Its flamboyant chefs - toques in place - skewer haunches of game meat (the rhino, the giraffe, the zebra, the wildebeest, the hippo, the crocodile, the deer, the ostrich!) over slow fire in its show kitchen.
- She was dressed in a pink parka and toque, still carrying her school books. SNOWJOB